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Poster: dead-head_Monte Date: Nov 29, 2008 1:31pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: a call for PEACE - new DVD in at Lossless Legs - Shakti

A Call for Peace - this DVD recently in at Lossless Legs ---
"this is deadicated to India....may peace prevail there!"

Lossless Legs is a private, 10,000-member, free torrent site.
This is the link for the torrent file
This is the link for the info page

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here's my review, in case you're not a member or not logged in:

"I've seen some of the best pulls on the internet here at Lossless Legs - at least this past year anyway. From GD to Clapton, Doors, or Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis, over to Sam Bush, Tony Rice, David Grisman, and even Jerry Moore's Commander Cody tapes. I've barely scratched the surface. Shakti could be LL's best torrent ever. I'm speechless. -- Monte

I cannot find a better played album anywhere in my pile. -- from scribbled notes on my old cassette copy, circa mid-70s:

Columbia Records LP
JC34980

Shakti

Natural Elements


side 1
Mind Ecology
Face to Face
Come on Baby Dance with Me
The Daffodil and the Eagle

side 2
Happiness is Being To Together
Bridge of Sighs
Get Down and Sruti
Peace of Mind

John McLaughlin - guitar
L. Shanker - violin, viola,
Zakir Husskin - tabla, timbales, bongos, dholak, nal, triangle
T. H. Vinayakrum - ghatam, nal, kanjeera, moorsing (juice harp)

please bring our troops home and take care of them and their families. best way to get behind and support our troops. peace to everyone."

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Poster: deyzof49 Date: Nov 30, 2008 4:13am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: a call for PEACE - new DVD in at Lossless Legs - Shakti

mahavishnu john mclaughlin is a phenomenal musician in any incarnation. I often listen to Shakti and marvel at the sheer speed of his guitar playing. thanks for the links suggestion. Country Joe had a superb album War War War which is good but very heavy. Peace .

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